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Redruth RFC v. Westcombe Park
7:01am 3rd December 2011
Redruth go for three in a row.
The Reds are away at Westcombe Park looking for that elusive away win.
It is after thrashing Southend 46 points to 6 at the Rec.
Boss Dave Penberthy says they need another victory this week: "Unfortunately it's the away day blues again that could travel with us, which we're hoping it won't because it's vital we keep this momentum going. We've had two very good wins at home and we've got a tough run after this, up until Christmas."
"It'll be a massive game. We've had three very disappointing away trips over the last few weeks, and it's something we're desperately keen to put right. This is a wonderful opportunity for us. We've build some confidence over the last two weeks. We're looking to build on the momentum and come away with some points."
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